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The School Collection: Children's Literature at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library

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Parodies, Spoofs, and Twisted Tales

In the 1930s, high school teacher Earl Dias noted that parody can be used to "magnify the characteristic of a writer's style to such great proportions that even those comparatively inexperienced in the tenets of literary criticism may be able...

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